Weekend Bites: Sneaky Veggies

Sneaky Veggies Weekend Bites

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I did it. I sat down Sunday afternoon and made an actual menu plan for the week again. It’s been so long since I’ve really planned out our meals. I couldn’t tell you what we’ve been eating lately because most days I whip something together that night and hope the kids will eat it. Most of January I’ve been working on tidying up the house, and making our home a place that I can truly work from home better in. So most of everything else, including bringing you awesome content, has been pushed to the side while I get back on track. 
I feel like I was finally back to a mostly clean house, and so when Sunday came I had time to actually sit back and really relax! What better way to relax then flipping through my stack of recipe magazines and planning a menu? The kids weren’t too thrilled with my activity until they started flipping through too. Venice was the most helpful in finding recipes she’d like to try, but all the kids contributed at least one recipe to our menu this week – and surprisingly they are not all desserts! 
It had me thinking how I need to sneak some more veggies into our meals. So while browsing weekend bites, I found these fantastic recipes that I know my kids would love. Do you have to sneak veggies into your kids diet?

Sneaky Veggies Features

These slow cooker chicken taco lettuce wraps are going to be your new favorite taco recipe. Make the chicken taco meat in the slow cooker and substitute iceberg lettuce leaves for tortilla shells! | honeyandbirch.com

Slow cooker Chicken Taco Lettuce Wraps

from Honey & Birch

My kids LOVE tacos. When served in a lettuce shell, they rarely complain about this veggie they usually avoid in a salad. 

taco dippers appetizer for football game parties from Nap-Time Creations {ad} #KickUpTheFlavor

Taco Dippes

from Nap-Time Creations

Speaking of Tacos. Give kids anything to dip, that they can hold in their little hands, and we usually have a winner. You can sneak all kinds of veggies in these. 

Cheesy Zucchini Spinach Quesadillas | DizzyBusyandHungry.com - Your kids will actually REQUEST this dinner, even though it is chock full of veggies!

Cheesy Zucchini Spinach Quesadillas

from Dizzy Busy & Hungry

Quesadillas, similar to tacos rarely bring complaints from kids. While perhaps not as sneaky putting veggies in a quesadilla, the kids will usually sitll try it.

Microwave Butternut Squash Gnocchi...the easy way to make gnocchi in under 5 minutes from Healthy Helper Blog! Vegan, gluten-free, and less than 5 ingredients! [pasta, healthy food, easy, quick, convenient, simple, recipe, vegetarian, vegan food, vegetarian, egg-free, flourless, dairy-free, oil-free, paleo, healthy pasta, meals, clean eating]

Butternut Squash Gnocchi

from Healthy Helper

I love squash, but as a kid I didn’t. My mom always came up with ways to hide the squash, and I can easily see myself trying this one soon!


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